Radiohead have broken the silence over their new album, reports NME.com. Singer Thom Yorke has unveiled that sessions for their new album remind him of working on "Kid A".
The band recently regrouped to start rehearsing and recording new songs for the follow-up to 2003's "Hail To The Thief". The album, not due until next year, will be the band's seventh. Yorke told NME that early sessions had seen the band changing the way they work, reminding him of the change between 1997 LP "Ok Computer" and "Kid A". He said: "It's going well. It's a bit like 'Kid A' - we're going through a period of change. But that's good. We'll get there."
Songs touted for the record include "House Of Cards", "Glass Flowers", "Reckoner" and "Arpeggi".
In related news, Radiohead have turned down an offer to play at the Live 8 event next month. A spokesman for the band said that all five members will be in different parts of the world at the time of the concert, on July 2. Guitarist Jonny Greenwood has also just become a father. "They were asked but they can't do it," the spokesman said. "Jonny is out of action because he and his wife have just had a baby and the rest of the band are spread out all over the place at that time."